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? >> it was 20 after 9:00. >> he was worried about his wife sandra. she was missing. >> what did he think had happened? >> he thought maybe she was in an accident or something. >> she had run to this nearby mall to run an errand but was gone so long. would cheryl please find her, asked her dad. >> burger king, walmart and supposed to be back. >> and when she went back into her dad's house, she found -- >> one of the worst scenes in my life. he was face down in a pool of blood. >> what did you think had happened there? >> i thought he had fallen because he had a gash on the back of his head. i called 911. >> but when she rolled him over, she could see wounds all across his chest. he was stabbed. >> every time i did cpr into him, i could hear bubbling and escaping. then i could feel it on his chest. >> it's not often this town has a murder. >> it was about 10:00 at night i got the call. >> at the time he was the sole detective. >> what did the crime scene look like? >> it was bloody. there was an apparent struggle. >> the type if it was a home invasion, assault? >> or between people who knew ea
sandra: nowhere near the $700 higher. david: the bell ringing on wall street, look at how the indices are shaping up into a very low volume today, but interesting stock moves for individual stocks. the dow jones and s&p 500 both in the green barely so, nasdaq and russell off again just fractionally. sandra: commodities a big mover today. soybeans moving to a five-month low, seems like there is plentiful supply of the crop and south america with great weather. david: look at some of the homebuilder names amongst the worst performers again, all this enthusiasm about homebuilding that we saw in the second and third quarter kind of being left out of the balloon particularly stocks, looking at the 8% loss come to thin you think was goino happen. it had a tremendous buildup, so that is still in the green for the year, but a big drop-off on this particular day. a top strategist who says the gold craze is just getting started and if you don't play it, you shouldn't be in it. sandra: getting back into the workforce, a veteran himself joins us with a look at the extraordinary progra
dove had been beaten and sandra jessee had won. got away with murder. >> i put his pictures away. it was tough. he was so fantastic. >> put his pictures away. >> i had to. >> couldn't look at him. >> i couldn't look at him. >> at the dove home, tom's wife patty began to worry about her husband's health. >> he tends to hold things in. you can't hold in that frustration and emotion without it affecting you. that kind of stress takes a toll on him physically and mentally. >> that's what you worry about? >> exactly. >> because she knew if he didn't solve the jessee case, he might die trying. >> he's like a dog with a bone. he's going to take it and do it until it gets done. >> dove was not alone. there was a prosecutor who shared his feeling. michael murray who wanted sandra jessee and her group as bad as dove. >> this was full of obstacles. >> it would have been possible to let it go at that point. >> maybe to some people. >> they flew to phoenix, presented their evidence to the state attorney general and pleaded for a wiretap warrant. and they got it. the game was back on if they c
words how sandra day o'conner got the call from president reagan. the most difficult case she faced and her latest crusade to change the way judges are chosen. >>> a legal pioneer returned to the bay area last month. 82-year-old stanford graduate sandra day o'conner. the first woman to serve as a justice was in san francisco for an appearance at the o'conner club. president reagan appointed her in 1981. >> president reagan appointed the first woman to serve. a couple of people were asked to check my record. there was plenty of old newspapers and stuff about me. so they had to check it all out. >> no -- that the time. >> no no -- at that time. not too long after i was sitting in my chambers at the court of appeals in arizona, and the phone rang and it was the white house calling. president reagan said, sandra. yes mr. president. i would like to announce your nomination for u.s. supreme court, is that all right with you. well-- gulp. what do you say to that? i don't know. i guess mr. president. and i had to go home that afternoon and then tell my husband. you won't believe the phone
to sandra smith. she is at the new york stock exchange for nicole petallides. jeff flock is at the cme. sandra you get to go first. sandra: if you look at the dow weekly winners, boeing tops the list and also 3m was one of the big winners for the week. hewlett-packard one of the shining technnlogy stocks. travellers and guess what? wal-mart finishing in the top five winners for the dow for the week. this is in a week it announcing opening its doors at 8:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day. wal-mart really setting the bar really high for the competitive shopping season over the holidays. s&p 500 weekly winners, computer science corp. that tops the list. first solar getting a nice bounce on the reelection of president obama and his big push for solar. first solar was one of the worst performers over the last four years. jds uniphase and tesoro and f5, your best performers on the week. let's go to jeff flock and see if you can impress us anymore, jeff? jeff: i think there's a lot of reason to be bullish commodities. take a look at the winners today, among them, oil back up than expected consumer
in london. and liz macdonald and sandra smith remember the stones in their teenage years, in just a second. >> i think there's something not quite right about this. the rolling stones kicked off the 50th anniversary tour, and mick jagger and comrades made it through a 20 song set. could they be trying to appeal to a younger generation? i feel there's something wrong guys almost 70, charlie watts is over 70, prancing around on a stage with high sexuality songs and they're nearly 70 years old. >> so what? >> yeah, so what? >> why does it bother you. >> juxtaposition like paris hilton selling handbags in mecca. >> i don't mind that either. >> a rough crowd because we both disagree with you. they're playing familiar songs even people i would know from the rolling sounds and sound great and energy level was high and attracted a strong crowd and, hey. stuart: name two rolling sonton songs. >> honky tonk woman. >> and sympathy with the devil and get off my cloud, are they good in concert or are the studio albums better than the rolling stones in concert. stuart: they're not good in concert so i'
. and sandra smith and charles payne are here. the powerball discussion next. ♪ ♪ all right. everybody, a half billion dollars, yeah, that's a lot of money and that's what you could win in tonight's powerball lottery jackpot payout win. i say do not buy that ticket. you'll pay a tax upfront and if you win, you'll pay a tax and if you have the unfortunate to die, your estate is up a creek. sandra: i don't think that you'll talk anybody out of the lotto tickets and bet they're going to die. stuart: it's a $2 ticket. and you buy that ticket. immediately tax the 50%. $1 goes to the state. and if you win 300 billion dollars, you lose at least a third that goes straight to the feds and then for the estate, local taxes. sandra: you've still got 2 million bucks. stuart: well, do you think that's a good deal. sandra: i'm saying you're not goinn to talk anybody out of it. what i think is a scam, stuart, i'm going to tell you why. if you look where the highest population of lottery ticket buyers are, it's in the most poverty stricken areas in this country and so when you talk about the money that these f
. speculation that the u.s. congressional budget has been constructed. sandra smith is following all the action at the pits of the cme. sandra: by far and away, oil is the biggest story down here on the floor. as i look at them, dan, we are up nearly three fox. isn't this all the middle east? >> it is a little bit of both. the talk of compromise is certainly helping. sandra: what does this mean for gasoline prices reflect it is funny how fast it will go off when you see a spike in how slow it goes down. it is about $3.53. if this keeps up, you will see it at the 375 level. sandra: if the middle east was such a severe concern, we would be way higher. is some of this the cliff playing out? >> most definitely. if you could take the middle east out of it right now, this would be followed $79 a barrel. the big thing is it is not so much the middle east, but the fear of contagion to the oil-producing areas. sandra: guys, that is really key to what i have heard from traders. it is that key from contagion. melissa: sandra smith, thank you so much. lori: that friday is almost here. retailers hoping to l
if they get any today. we have stocks every 15 minutes. sandra smith after new york stock exchange with a little bit of green today. sandra: a little bit of bounce back but not much of one after the selloff post election the last two days. the dow up about 17 points. green arrows across the board. gold is up, oil is up, getting a little bit of a bounce in the markets selling off after the election. this stock not getting a bounce back. jcpenney down in today's sessions. a 3% loss for the company after a narrower than expected loss for the quarter. sales missed estimates getting hit hard today, the number for r worst performer in the s&p 500. that turnaround not working, still looking at the results. connell: as the market has told him, this fiscal cliff is a big deal. rich edson with what we can expect from their later. >> we can expect the president to address economic growth and the deficit. we have the fiscal cliff negotiations beginning on capitol hill. the congressional budget office saying they will shave half a percentage point off of gdp next week if congress doesn't addres
of the new york stock exchange. stocks are climbing higher after the two-day drop. sandra: they did not start out that way, there was fear we would have another dramatic selloff today. now we are somewhat up from about 61 points. that is not exactly a rally. bouncing back a little bit ahead of the weekend, but still the worst two-day drop in a year, 434 points loss over that wednesday and thursday. as we face a fiscal cliff, consumer sentiment one piece of economic data that came out today better than expected in november hitting a five-year high, getting a little bit of a boost in the stock market. wholesale inventories 1.1% in september, above expectations, that is adding a bit to the rally as well. they're helping us to recover from those big losses that we saw on the week. we will see how things close, still a couple of hours to go in the market has proven to be very volatile. back to you. lori: indeed. with the election behind us, and fiscal cliff taking center stage. once away from the president's remarks on the economy and his plan to deal with the fiscal cliff. joining us now, chief s
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. commodities in the rally mode. dagen: sandra smith in the pits with today's trade. sandra: the commodities are moving down here this morning. crude oil of more than a couple bucks. i want to bring in senior broker over at daniels trading. he is looking at these markets right now. thousands of israeli troops on the gaza border. >> i think the escalation will have an increased affect on the risk premium. we are starting to see that in the last week. we will see that increase if we see a widening conflict. sandra: as we look at prices nearing $90 a barrel, will that be the new normal? are we talking about gasoline prices going up above four dollars. >> it could definitely have an affect on the price of these markets. sandra: you talk about risk premiums. another place people go for that is gold. is that what is playing out in precious metals right now? >> i think gold and silver are playing a little catch-up. certainly, as time goes on, if the situation does escalate, we will see an even higher increase, i believe. sandra: one big forecast on gold prices. >> i think we could see 1800 by the e
is in the limelight again. wait till you hear what wait till you hear what attention sandra try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. >> without insurance coverage, contraception, as you know, can cost a woman over $3,000 during law school. for a lot of students, who like me are on public interest scholarships, that's practically an entire summer's salary. 40% of the female students at georgetown law reported to us that they struggled financially as a result of this policy. >> sean: believe it or not, those are the words of somebody that "time" magazine is now considering as person of the year? you heard it right. the failing magazine is now elevating former georgetown law student sandra fluke to the same level as winston churchill, pope john ii, and more. here to explain how advocating for publicly-funded birth cont
that we should be and it's not who we are. >> sandra fluke and jay-z just two of the people "time" magazine has nominated for person of the year? but why? and wait until you see who else is on the list. >> gangnam style. >> there is a lot to be said for a wealth tax and especially a concrete wealth tax. >> bill: far left beginning to push for wealth tax that means the feds would confiscate private property. this is being kept very quiet but tonight you will hear all about it? >> gay marriage or accepting immigrants. >> you are absolutely right. they don't want to believe it's time to change it. >> rhode island governor chafee saying he will not save christmas because the times are a changing. we sent jesse wawfortsz -- watters up to rhode island to find out what the heck is going on. >> isn't it discriminating against christians by calling it a holiday tree? >> caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. america need leaders. in order to turn the country around -- and boy do we need that
fame about complaining about the cost of birth control. wait until you hear about the honor sandra fluck is in the running for. . just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. is a thrilling, dual-flavored ride to mouth fun-town. but it's not like everyone is going to break into a karaoke jam session. ♪ this will literally probably never happen. megyn: fox news alert on the situation in egypt. we have been watching crowds of protestors grow bigger all day in the heart of cairo where people are increasingly angry about a move by egypt's president tow grand himself sweeping new powers. he says his decree is only them appraiser raoerbg temporary, allows him to ignore the courts. he says it's in the best interest of his country. the egyptians are not sure. joining me is a strategic analyst. he says i don't have to listen to anybody, i'm the president i have to get this country in order. there you have it. what do you make of today and the protests we're seeing? >> the protests we're seeing, we'll have to wait and see what the estimates are for the crowd size, but they
winners and losers this season with our own sandra smith. >> if you want to we known outside walmart on thursday night but here's what they're doing but opening doors at 8:00. big competitors last year, target, they didn't open until midnight on the day after thanksgiving so we will see if they follow in walmart's footsteps. your the big deals being offered. walmart guaranteeing the ipad 2. opening their doors at 8:00 but guaranteeing between 10:00 and 11:00 at night. this is 1-hour for $399, the 16 gigabyte one plus $75 gift card. if they run out there giving you a guaranteed card that you will get one. best buy, the samsung galaxy s 3, the very fancy little device, $48 with the two your contract. [talking over each other] >> that is a good deal. [talking over each other] sandra: sam's club, everybody gets new tvs for christmas. this hdtv -- [talking over each other] sandra: it normally sells for $16.98. this is a deal. dave: i have to put it on my roof. sandra: who are the winners and losers going to be? walmart expected to put up a huge fight opening the doors at 8:00 and announce
is a face who was missing from that congressional hearing, sandra fluk, women's health care advocate and graduate from georgetown university. she joins me with karen finney, msnbc political analyst, columnist for "the hill" and victoria, nbc latino contributor, fellow at the lbj school at the university of texas and director of communication for latino divisions, and joy reid, msnbc contributor and managing editor for "the gri.com." senator, let me ask you, were you surprised to find yourself in the middle of the 2012 election cycle in the this way? >> yes, it was definitely not what i had planned for 2012. >> you had other things on your mind. >> i did. >> talk to me, at the point in which you made the decision to go and testify before congress, it's a big moment for a young woman, what were your policy thoughts at that point? >> i was really concerned about what we were seeing in the national conversation at that point about the affordable care act, contraception, specifically, we were learning a lot about religious liberty but we weren't hearing about women and we weren't hearing
headquarters in boston. rich edson at obama headquarters in chicago. sandra smith is tracking key swing states for us. scott rasmussen has final polls and a prediction. first our company for the for the hour, former presidential candidate steve forbes and radio host and best-selling author, monica crowley. to you first, you're both conservatives. monica, who is going to win. >> governor romney will win the presidency by three percentage points and over 300 votes. stuart: are you being objective? >> i hope not my wishful thinking. over last month and a half i have been to most of the swing states. the energy is palpable. not something easily to discount. we have momentum on our side. between the economy and mitt romney's message and the fact that people are proactively voting for mitt romney, rather than just against barack obama me as huge deal. stuart: steve forbes, who wins? >> the last election i predicted obama would win by sizable margin. this time it is going to be romney, 3 to 5 points. that means an electoral college landslide. i even did it state by state. 321 to 217. stuart: wait a m
en nuestra econoÍa..?---"sandra peebles", analiza el tema en el siguiente reportaje... es un a relaidad de la que nadie escapa, están entre los juguetes, y más, son productos hechos en china, que alimentan el apetito del consumidor. >> lo bueno es que podemos imponer un margen más alto si es de aquí, al diversidad y variedad. >> visite cualquier tienda del dólar y verá esta etiqueta. >> el nivel de vida ele americano aumento porque con los cjhinos pueden vender esto. >> en el 2007 el gobierno federal retiro unos juguetes con plomo, como también los drywalls. >> y una alarma por comer delicias adulteradas con melamina pra hacer lucir más alto las proteinas. >> cuándo los chinos hablan el libre habla de esto. >> cuándo se producen escandalos, cada semana y mes vemos productos contaminadosm muchos de esos escandalos que se tapan, se ocluyo, el valor de importados de china se ha triplicado, el jugo de manzana que se consume viene de ahí y los ecandalos por la adulteraciuon despiertan presión, de ciertos mariscos de criaderos chinos están siendo detenido spor usar ant
our guests. i am here with fox news network reporter sandra smith. imus in the morning executive producer so he claims. i have never seen him do anything. bill schulz, do you think he just broke up with justin bieber? and sitting next to me is penn jaw let. he hosts a pod cast called penn sunday school that you can find at pep sunday school.com. and if that is thought enough, which i think it is not, his book came out to compete with greg. >> were the e-mails flirty or just friendly? our national security hangs in the balance. he is on hold as investigators pour over the 20,000 documents and hundreds of messages that equaled to an inappropriate communication with tampa socialite jill kelley. allen, the top nato commander in afghanistan, quote, used terms of endearment, but not in a flirtatious way. as one official notes, if you know allen, and who doesn't, he is the kind of guy who will respond to every e-mail he gets, rut best. you are a sweetheart. that kind of thing. it was the equivalent of phone sex over e-mail which would be e-mail sex. he intends to cooperate and is as exc
it is, black friday? sandra smith has retail round up in her trade for today. sandra? sandra: apparently we won't be able to finish our thanksgiving dinner because everybody will be shopping. michael kors a stock that's gone up more than 80% so far in 2012. they topped estimates but there was still some concern from michael kors about the outlook especially as we face the fiscal cliff. also heard a conversation about the fiscal cliff coming from saks. they said their profits were hurt from a modest spike in promotions. they are having to put more things on sale just to get people to buy them. they specifically mentioned their high end customers and said that they will be more aware of the facing of that fiscal cliff at year's end. they are worried about spending at their stores over the holiday. so a little bit of word of caution keeping saks from really rallying after reporting those earnings. dick's sporting goods is up 5%. again, a major winner as far as retail so far this year, up 40%. profit surged more than 20%. stronger than expected sales growth. and their full year forecast was
in massachusetts. maybe the country's ideology really has changed. sandra smith, charles payne coming up next. how can voters of a free market decide to elect a candidate who said this while running for office. listen to this again. >> there is no body in this country who got rich on his own. nobody. stuart: elizabeth warren beating scott brown in massachusetts. sheaths -- use the one who said this. >> nobody in this country got rich on his own. nobody. you build a factory out there -- a stuart: that wasn't her greatest hit. we are sure you remember the controversy over her native american heritage. she was elected. before you start, i am going to suggest liberalism won and is gaining ground. if you elected as the warrant to the senate, liberals are winning. >> if there's any point that marked that last night this would be one of them but remember what this does for business and banks and wall street. elizabeth warren has been a harsh critic of business in general and business does not see this as good. you wonder why the stock market is down? has been like this last night. elizabeth warren. this
on the floor of the new york stock exchange, sandra smith at the cme in chicago. nicole, investors were taking a bite out of apple. today they are now really biting and chewing it and swallowing it this time. nicole: in a good way; right? today they are loving apple. it was a darling on wall street. it went from 500 to 600 to 700 and above that $700 mark but over the last three months though it really has sold off about 18%, but today a different story. positive analyst comments helping not only apple but some of their supplier and other companies that are directly related to apple. let's take a look at the whole bunch here. apple is up 6 1/2% at 562.10. as you look at some other names such as cirrus logic, omni vision tech and skyworks solutions, they are directly correlated to apple's success and the positive comments. we have seen these names selling off along with apple but positive comments as i noted does help these groups. great day here. back to you. liz: okay, thank you very much. sandra smith, let's get over to you. what are you seeing? sandra: to your point, most things are up today
fragile. like sandra said, you throw europe in the mix and boy, oh, boy, where is the good news? >> completely outside the box for a second, not a tradable stock or bond, real estate. will you express an opinion on a single-family home in a good neighborhood in the united states. i say that is a terrific investment, if you got the staying power because you've got a low mortgage rate and you've got a low price. what do you say? >> absolutely right. number one, you will have to get over hurdle first of all getting a mortgage. once that's been done, and that is taking a lot of time now, once that's been done, the government, this is one thing you have to listen to the government on, it is telling you to go long because of money in qe3, 40 billion per month pouring into mortgage-backed. they're telling you to go long. you could see a little bit of a up did. we've come off so hard so long we're towards the bottom and will be a good investment the next five or 10 years. stuart: i wanted to end this on a positive note. you always do it more me, scott shellady. what a welcome guest you
day. sandra smith in the pits of the cme with more on today's trade. oil reacting to the news of the cease-fire between israel and hamas, first of all. sandra: it certainly is. not really sustaining the selloff. currently down $0.24, still a little bit of a selloff but nonetheless prices have been coming down into thanksgiving weekend. a lot of drivers hitting the road, 34 million of them writing. obviously the cease-fire has an immediate impact on prices going down, but a lot of you say oil and gas will be going higher the rest of the year. >> we have come off of the 100 level. obviously we have seen high volatility in that market up 3%, down 3%. the last four days of trading up 2%, down 2%, a lot of volatility. all regarding the uncertainty in the middle east as you mentioned definitely prices at the pump are a concern. as long as sales are below 10$100per barrel. it just came off of an extreme. 70s are the lower extreme. sandra: a lot of traders on the floor so they are preparing for higher prices. a lot of these folks are saying if we get a compromise as far as the fiscal
retreating after news of president obama's re-election and word on further monetary stimulus. sandra smith has detailed in today's trade. that is the upshot right, the money will keep flowing. >> that is what happened in the overnight. gold prices shot higher out of the gate this morning. prices skyrocketed. i pulled out my best artwork here. then we saw the big selloff and everybody scratched their head and said what is going on. i talked to rbc capital markets, because the stock market plunges triple digits, people have to shore up their losses and sell the early gold trade. we're down to $714 a troy ounce. there is still belief if we have obama in for another term that means quantitative easing continues for another term. keep in mind, this is leading to selloff in silver. both those prices are coming down. i want to leave you off with this, tracy and lori. gold stock prices not falling -- following the overall trend. some up, some down. etfs are down. the market trying to find its way. inflation a concern as well. back to you guys. lori: thank you, sandra. if today's selloff is the beg
a booth on the backside. i am bad. you read that. better, safer. connell: sandra smith is a wonderful driver. dagen: better then all you, guys. [ laughter ] sandra: thank you, dagen. thank you, thank you. the markets are up right now. some sound evidence they things may not look so bad. home depot coming out with great earnings today. they beat profit forecast. the stock has gone up more than 50%. it started around $40 a share. guess what, it has been rising as we get more evidence that the housing market is recovering. look at how much home depot, a dow component, is outperforming its biggest competitor. analysts think that trend will continue with home depot. also, connell and dagen, i want to finish with tjx, they did finish up with better profits. they forecasted to a zero to two forecast. that does not sound so great. connell: well-done, sandra. dagen: it is a quarter till the hour. stocks now in every 15 minutes. nicole: we are taking a look at a lot of movers. let's go through these five names that we are looking at so closely. saks coming out with numbers. down over 1%. dick's
deal with the mad dash all this mess, all these people? cnn's sandra endrow got exclusive access to houston's george bush intercontinental airport. >> reporter: at the gate the action starts when these wands stop the plane. we got an exclusive up close look at united airlines' highly choreographed ramp services crew at houston's bush intercontinental airport. first unloading a flight from amsterdam. these metal containers are filled with luggage. >> people don't realize there's a lot of process that is go through getting the bag from one destination to another, but we do it proficiently. >> reporter: timing is everything when you turn a plane as these guys unload the cargo off the plane. you can see there catering is restocking the plane with food. there's refueling, filling the water tank, and replacing pillows and blankets. bebe chavez watches over it all from a control center at the airport. >> i like to think of myself more as a orchestra conductor. it's a complex operation. everybody has a responsibility, a critical part of the mying. >> reporter: you have cleaning crews and
on the floor of the new york stock exchange. and we have sandra smith. but first, nicole, what is moving? nicole: we do what we can. you have an up arrow and an up week. and we are taking a look at a shoe company, sketchers in particular. look at the stock here today. positive comments thus far on upgrading sketchers, the kids love sketchers. boosting their price target for the fifth time this year. $22 from 19. up until recently the company said they felt the stock had moved ahead of the fundamentals, after the recent check they have found the risk/reward has become more favorable and that is why they upped the price target again. obviously talking about the retailers will be responding nicely to the company's new style, they're really loving sketchers. up 10.5%. back to you. cheryl: sandra smith, think you like it can issue here or there, what are you watching? sandra: running and biking. look at the big movers to the outside of the cme today because there were a lot of them. midday when we got the announcement of the cease-fire. plunging energy prices, they rallied back finishing near
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thumbs up, hope you guys have a nice day. >> sandra johnson and i've been working for mobility plus for about 4 and a half years. i love it. this is my job and i love it. it's very rewarding for me. one of my proudest moments is one of my clients left his cane on the bus and i've been picking him up now for about three years so i know that that cane was important to him. and i had dropped him off and i noticed the cane later on that day so i kept it with me and when i went back down to la play, when i worked my way back down there on a break to give it to him, he kissed my hand, 'cuz he can't talk. so he grabbed my hand and he kissed my hand. it just made me know that that was an important thing for him. so that was my proudest moment. [music] >> one couple who were riding with us, morning and afternoon, mr. and mrs. lee. mr. lee was the dialysis patient and he's probably in his 80's and every time we would drive up to buchanan street, the hospital, mr. lee would say, "good job, fine driver, number one driver" and he would go like this [thumbs up gesture]. and then as brian would be
everyday and learn about their bodies and how their food nourishes them. sandra jonaidi>>> i hope that we get them early enough that they've learn some good eating habits and they go forward and become very productive humans and grow up to make us all proud of them. narrator>> for more info, go to current dot com. brought to you by basf - the chemical company. >> eliot: another disaster for which wall street was not prepared which brings us to the number of the day. unknown. that's the value of stocks and bearer bonds that the wall street banks may have lost when the vault holding the documents got flooded. they were stored at the deposit trucks and clearing corporation a company controlled by the biggest financial houses on wall street. they had just one job. just one. keep the stocks and bonds safe, secure and dry. but the underground vaults failed the test for waterproofing when the lower manhattan flooded last month. now contractors are trying to salvage the paper by freeze-drying it. how many assets are at risk? estimates go as high as $70 billion. when it comes to losing money wall
we're trying to raise and thank you to sandra for the leadership in doing that. we have the blue angels and a possible new warrior stadium and technology and creatively innovate the transportation system but it's the investment and success of the neighborhoods in san francisco because that's what counts. when a neighborhood is strong a city is strong and that is a message that can't be missed and we can't lose sight of that and thank you hud for the grant and believing in our city's comprehensive approach to improve public housing and it's nice that we received two. that'sow awesome we are and i want to say thank you very much. >> well ladies and gentlemen i'm going to wrap up. i'm going to take about two minutes. i just need to thank a bunch of folks and of course mayor lee thank you for had opportunity. i know last time i did this dancing and that's not going to happen today but i am shouting and carrying on but we're not dancing. we have dr. hernandez and chairman and the commissioners and i think allen is here and the public tenant housing and gina and lots of associates
of a job. sandra smith is with us now from the fox business network. explain about these bonuses, sandra. >> hey, shepard, they say these incentive bonuses are intend to pay as the company calls it we know them as bonuses are meant to retain the executives and managers through the liquidation process which by the way could take about a year. this nearly $2 million in bonuses may not be all. we are also told that two of those 19 executives are eligible for even more pay on top of those bonuses. depending on how the liquidation process goes. >> shepard: sandra, i said earlier hostess is in talks with a hundred different breeders for its brands going up and up. >> twinkie business is worth something. all those sales have been declining in recent years. hostess says annual sales come in between 2.3 and $2.4 billion a year. so, many potential suiters are stepping forward. some include national package food makers. a lot of international companies are stepping forward saying they want to buy the iconic company. and also some of its own customers, including supermarket chains are showing intere
&t, cisco, disney, and 3m. those are your leaders right then we have this, sandra on this story. two of the homebuilders reporting earnings this morning. as you can see, shares of beazer homes taking a big dive after a disappointing report. that stock is being hit today. shares also of dr horton are falling. even though the company beat earnings. the ceo warned about weak unemployment growth into next year and that will be hurting new home sales in his opinion. and everybody loves an underdog. and best buy looks to be turning the corner at least today. the company getting a boost after announcing their chief investment officer. and she's saying the company has big challenges but it is poised for a turnaround despite a rocky year. there's best buy for you on your screen. let's get to the floor show. we have traders standing by at the new york stock exchange, the cme group, and of course the nymex. first at the new york stock exchange, ben willis, happy veterans day to you. i think the word uncertainty has been used 50 times so far today. >> then i won't use the word uncertainty. i hav
there. then we switch gears, talking a little thanksgiving and all the trimmings with sandra lee. >> i think she'll start us off with some cocktails. and caramel. i remember reading something about that. >>> want to begin this half-hour with the tense situation going on in the middle east. hamas and israel exchange fire overnight. the israeli military has now massed tanks and troops along the border with gaza, signaling a ground invasion could be imminent. richard engel is in gaza. richard, what's happening there this morning? >> reporter: good morning. israel has also sent troops and military hardware to the border here in gaza. inside gaza city, there have been more air strikes. in fact, there was an air strike here not long ago. we can hear israeli drones in the sky, as this conflict continues to escalate. gaza's skyline last night, as israel launched more than 200 air strikes to destroy hamas rockets and punish the hamas government and perhaps prepare the ground for an invasion that could become a blood bath. but hamas was still able to fire back, launching rockets into southern is
number one moneymaker? ♪ liz: the names may surprise you. sandra smith has a look at some of them. >> american express shopping with consumer confidence heptane of four year hiatus a big laggard. some of the stocks that were the best performers are going down in the final -- final trading days. of the biggest winner is until technologies. the buyers are flocking to the big names one stock that has been beaten up is down 17%. with an interesting trend those that are getting a boost. one of your favorites per radioshack. [laughter] only $2 per share and is up 7% was courting travel stocks, gaming stocks zale corporation headed been to the holidays up 5% we saw a big boost after the shopping weekend. best buy was a big winner on cyber monday they had on my deals. consumer confidence and shopping and a lot of the winners are there. intel and price to earnings is just eight. and the nasdaq is not on pace. >> radio shack. >> they have so much real-estate. >> could batteries and cables. >> likud the big board. down 73 points at 12,893 the point* is it is not a great days great day but th
shipping atedex office. liz: on this wild and crazy day, let's get to sandra smith. sandra: i want to point out the fact that we are back above some major levels. s&p above 1400. each of the major averages rising above their 200 day moving day averages. a couple stocks i wanted to point out. lowes hitting an all-time high. we got that better than expected news ut from the national association about pending home sales up about 5% better than expected. lowes all-time high. it has dipped negative on the session. sixty-four dollars a share. a huge run-up in the home improvement retailer stocks. the home-building sector not really getting a boost from not housing sector. the others are posing a slight gain. i want to point out that commodities have seen some volatile trading. speaker john boehner did lead to a selloff earlier in the session. oil rallied back. buying the dips and those commodities markets. definitely a bit in the commodity markets today. liz: looks like it. not a bad day at all. hank smith is back with me talking about why he thinks it is time to buy the blue box. tiffany just c
is on the move and sandra mason speaking at the insider conference. sandra: this is so interesting. as you noted this stock has been moving lower over the last few minutes. it has been lower all year long. it is down 80% this year. how do you think the groupon shareholders feel about this? not too happy. the ceo himself saying i would be the first person to fire myself. he was speaking at a conference today, a technology conference and andrew mason said i would be the first person to fire myself. not to say he is ready to be fired but this is something when you are chief executive officer running a company that everybody has to consider. in knows the board of directors of looking closely into his -- into the company, top to bottom. they went public your ago, there's a great shot giving you an idea how this stock has traded. today is a wonderful day for groupon but what is the next step? the idea that media reports of the tech conference that there may be changes at the top? is this happening to groupon? we are seeing up arrows. >> the dow is up 95 points, green on the screen, we are a session hi
a year ago. connell: with that, we have sandra smith with the trade. sandra: take a look at aeropostale. down 7% today. downgrading the stock following the weekend. stiff competition from some of its main competitors like abercrombie. there were lines around the block. up about 1%. foot traffic was really lagging is where some of the stores really hyping the promotions the most. ann taylor stores really a disappointment today. reporting or foot traffic at limited brands, american eagle outfitters. the gap that the big turnaround. the stock doubling in 2012. more foot traffic in coldwater creek and she goes. some of those stores are far more mature women. they shop later on. dagen: more mature women. thank you, sandra. connell: i am just getting. i will totally leave that one alone. we are talking small business next. cheryl casone and dennis kneale will ask him or tell the president. dagen: a fiscal cliff survival kit. what you need to know. straightahead. ♪ i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time r christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift?
. dagen: in today's trade, sandra smith is here. sandra: we will take a look at those commodities now after speaker boehner's comments. as you can see, as he was speaking, along with the stock market, oil making new lows on the session. you are talking about a lot less demand for things like energy and metals and building materials etc. take a look at the reaction with gold. it bounced back considerably. it is now in positive territory. i want to show you the dow 30. more than half of the dow 30 in the green. we have now turned back into the positive. take a look at intraday chart for the dow. here is that selloff. it is below the positive line. we have bounced back just a little bit. up about six points. the tech stocks dipping to the local of their session. energy also taking a dip. it has been mostly higher on the session. most of those stocks did turn into the red. definitely quite a reaction in the commodity markets. a lot of them that they back off of the lows of the session. these commodity markets, dagen and connell, very close to the fiscal cliff. connell: seems like every da
american vote. also, sandra lilly. a funny word, a strange word you probably haven't heard before. are we looking at a potential newstituency here? >> we're definitely not going away. the asian-american pacific islander voter is more energized. we saw increased voter registration efforts wells those taking advantage of early voting. even more importantly is that the discussions in our own community about the importance and what's at stake, not only in this election, but as we move forward. especially when you look at how close elections were won in virginia and nevada and you see the growth of our community and how it doubled the size of the margin of difference in those states for the presidential election. >> talk about how the two groups are similar. party identification is one of them, as you know very well, for the asian-american as well as latino-american groups. party affiliation is not necessarily something that's been historic. their votes are up for play. >> very much so. both for latinos and asian-americans we see a similar pattern among those who have identified with one of th
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